Ghanaian armed robber sadly cries and confess after being caught red handed by resident, he pleads not to be killed.
In a video sighted online sees an old man around the ages of 40 crying and confessing to people in a car how he ended up in a robbery gang.
According the armed robber, he joined the robbery gang for the operation because he had come back from prison and he had no money so he had to do it just one time and get some money which can maintain him for a while.
Threatened to be killed, the armed robber cries and pleaded with the people he sat in a car with to spare his life.
”I had come back from prison and after search, I wasn’t getting job so I had to to join the gang and go for the robbery, so I can get money for myself,
I even had little money from the robbery, the guy who was killed ran with the most of the money so I had very little, please don’t kill me”, armed robber lamented.
Watch video of the armed robber crying and confessing.
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